The CEASE Summit is an annual conference bringing together politicians, academics, national charities, frontline services and activists in the fight to end all forms of sexual exploitation.
CEASE Summit 2019 took place on 9th October, 2019 in Westminster Central Hall, London.
Presentations and recordings from the event are available below. The Agenda is here.
Recordings & Presentations from the Summit
Sarah Champion: Supporting women to exit sexual exploitation. Click here for the recording.
Laila Namdarkhan How small activism can bring results: how a central London Porn Fest got cancelled.Click here for the recording.
The CEASE Summit 2019 is an event intended to unite diverse groups and individuals committed to ending sexual exploitation in all of its forms, including pornography, sex trafficking, prostitution, child sexual exploitation and other forms of sexual violence and abuse. We’ll expose the links between these different forms and explore how to tackle drivers such as objectification, hyper-sexualisation and the commercial sex industry.
Unified by a common aim, the Summit is a forum for mutual support and encouragement, a time for sharing news, developments and ideas, and for nurturing collaboration. Join us as we hear from a leading voices in this important area, including politicians, academics, journalists, activists and charity workers.
- Discover more about the interconnectedness of different forms of sexual exploitation
- Gain unique and diverse perspectives on how to address the drivers and underlying causes of abuse
- Get updates on the latest news, initiatives and developments
MP for Rotherham and Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities (2016–2017)
Journalist, author and political activist
Survivor, whistle-blower and activist
Senior Lecturer, Bath University
CEO of the Reward Foundation
Survivor and activist
Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI, DeMontford University
Director, Southall Black Sisters
Development & Impact Manager at the NSPCC
Senior Lecturer in Law, Solicitor, Coventry University
Human rights researcher, Law student
Founding Trustee and Executive Director of Streetlight UK.
Carole Stone CBE